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Over 100 people killed in India train derailment

India train crashAt least 100 people were killed and more than 150 injured when a train derailed in northern Uttar Pradesh, India's biggest state, police said.

The train was travelling between the northeastern city of Patna and the central city of Indore on Sunday when the incident happened, throwing several carriages off the track, according to railway officials.

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Pope decries 'epidemic of animosity' against immigrants and other faiths

Pope FrancisPope Francis on Saturday said an "epidemic of animosity" against people of other races or religions was hurting the weakest in society, striking a note of caution against the rise of populist nationalism.

Little more than a week after Donald Trump was elected the next U.S. president, buoying anti-immigrant parties in Europe and elsewhere, the pope noted "how quickly those among us with the status of a stranger, an immigrant or a refugee become a threat, take on the status of an enemy...

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Air strike hits children's hospital in Syria's Aleppo

children's hospital hit in AleppoAn air strike has hit a children's hospital in Syria's eastern Aleppo, forcing its medical staff to evacuate their patients, including several newborn babies still in incubators.

The moment of the attack on Friday was captured by an Al Jazeera crew, including journalist Amr al-Halabi, who was reporting about survivors of a previous Syrian government and Russian air strikes in the rebel-held areas of the city.

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100 people feared drowned as boat sinks off Libya

199 refugees feared drownedAbout 100 people are feared to have drowned off the coast of Libya after their smuggler abandoned them on the high seas without a motor, increasing the Mediterranean death toll this year to an unprecedented 4,700.

The toll is now over 20% higher than last year’s total of 3,771, which was the previous annual record.

A boat containing about 130 refugees sank in the early hours of Thursday morning, killing about 100 people, some of the 27 survivors told Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), the medical charity now transporting them to Italy. Just seven bodies were recovered.

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JPMorgan Is Said to Settle Bribery Case Over Hiring in China

JPMorgan settles bribery caseAfter more than three years of digging into JPMorgan Chase’s hiring practices in China, federal authorities have determined that the bank hired the children of Chinese leaders as part of a quid pro quo to win business in the booming nation, clearing the way for a costly punishment.

As soon as Thursday, the authorities will announce a roughly $264 million settlement with the bank and its Hong Kong subsidiary, according to people briefed on the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The authorities, which include criminal prosecutors and civil regulators, will accuse the bank of orchestrating a long-running foreign bribery scheme.

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Russia pulls out from International Criminal Court

Russia pulls out of ICCRussian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree to withdraw Russia from the International Criminal Court (ICC), which prosecutes war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity.

Russia in 2000 signed the Rome treaty that established the Hague-based court but never ratified it.

Putin's decree, published on the Kremlin's website on Wednesday, comes a day after the UN General Assembly's human rights committee approved a resolution condemning Russia's "temporary occupation of Crimea", and blamed Moscow for rights abuses and discrimination against some Crimean residents, such as Tatars.

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Syria war: Aleppo pounded by air strikes as pause ends

Aleppo attackIntense air strikes have hit several rebel-held areas in Aleppo for the first time in more than two weeks, signalling the start of a major government offensive in Syria's northern city.

The ferocious bombardment of eastern Aleppo on Tuesday came as Russian armed forces also announced the launch of a large-scale operation against opposition targets in Syria.

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